Six health systems will test new federally-approved and winning designs for an easy-to-understand medical bill aimed to improve the patient billing experience.
Nearly half of independent physicians expect to sell their practices in the near future, but not because they want to, according to a new survey.
The use of advanced analytics by payers can improve administrative and medical
costs, provider satisfaction and member health.
A new survey shows healthcare revenues dropped last year for both private practices and healthcare systems.
Medicare and private health insurers could successfully negotiate drug prices with pharmaceutical companies by employing a four-step framework backed by…
It’s a good time to be a physician assistant, according to a new report from the national organization that represents them.
FierceHealthFinance Editor Ron Shinkman says hospitals would face a catastrophic financial scenario if Donald Trump is elected President. A Hillary Clinton…
Healthcare spending continued to grow at a modest rate this summer, but pricing actually grew by a higher-than-average margin.
CMS is seeking information on the practice of hospitals purchasing insurance for some patients.
Going forward, health payers and policymakers must rethink their approaches to accountable care and the Affordable Care Act exchanges, experts say.
The use of presumptive eligibility software may shift more hospital bad debt to charity care, but many patients are still not being properly notified of their…